Forsaking All Others (1934)
Dillon 'Dill': I could make a fire by rubbing two boy scouts together.
Eleanor: I wish a man would marry me so I could wear a decent hat.
Shemp 'Shempy': that's the best reason for getting married I ever heard.
Eleanor: Oh, I want to go to the bachelor dinner.
Shemp 'Shempy': Can you do a fan dance?
Eleanor: I invented the fan dance.
Shemp 'Shempy': I saw one with electric fans once, it was awful
Eleanor: You worry more about something to worry about than you worry about an actual worry.
Mary Clay: Can you say that again?
Shemp 'Shempy': as he helps Paula pick up the Dining table and carry it, Where are we going?
Aunt Paula: To Cairo, where do you think, we're going to the Kitchen.
Jeffrey 'Jeff': Come on, Shemp, my boy. We've only got one night to do a weeks drinking.
Dillon 'Dill': Connie, I need to speak to you.
Connie Barnes Todd: But darling, I'm learning to tap dance!
Dillon 'Dill': This is more important than tap dancing!
Eleanor: I'd rather be married in alcohol.
Aunt Paula: Eleanor!
Eleanor: Don't worry Paula, I'll be so old they'll have to pickle me in something!
Mary Clay: Jeff, has it ever occurred to you that this is none of your business?
Jeffrey 'Jeff': It's none of my business when I see a dog being whipped but I'll stop it every time.
Mary Clay: Don't be silly. I'm not going to faint. I'm not the type.